No Fear Racing
|Full name||No Fear Racing|
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No Fear Racing is a GPVWC constructor who are competing in the 2011 Masters Series season. The team consists of 2011 Superleague drivers Jason Muscat, Abdel Damghi and Ojay Clark. The three also raced together in F1 Legends and European Racing League. Damghi stepped down halfway through the season after an unsuccessful campaign and was replaced by fellow Dutch driver Ruud Heesterbeek who also competed in F1 Legends and ERL. Heesterbeek is a Renault Clio Champion in ERL now under the guise of "WCS League"
The season started strongly for Clark at the Norisring qualifying 2nd for the feature race and winning the sprint race. The team however had a torrid time at the next circuit Goldenport. Disconnections blighted their campaign and the team netted only a tenth place finish between them. It was a similar story at Zolder with only Muscat being able to score a lowly 12th place finish. The team however bounced back at Istanbul. Clark qualified 3rd and finished on the podium before being demoted to 5th with Muscat following him in 9th. Damghi led lap 1 of the sprint race before problems and Muscat was promoted to 1st after the penalties of Jarl Teien and Simon Cattell.
Heesterbeek showed promise at his first race in Watkins Glen and the whole team qualified within the top 8. However incidents and technical issues meant the team came away hugely disappointed with only 12th place for Muscat. The team once again had good pace in Bathurst with Heesterbeek and Clark getting absolute flyers off the line leading 1-2 round the first lap. Heesterbeek damaged his car slightly dropping to 6th while Clark finished 3rd. After a disaster in the feature race Muscat went on to win his second sprint race of the season with a brilliant move on Sam Millar on the last lap. Clark and Heesterbeek rounded off a great team effort finishing 6th and 7th from the back of the grid.
No Fear Racing have clawed their way back up to 4th in the Constructors scoring almost double their points total at Bathurst. The team now have what is most probably the strongest combination of drivers in the team but with a season blighted by incidents and technical issues it is now too late for any hope of the Constructors Championship with only 2 rounds to go.